Light snow possible Friday morning in South Jersey

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South Jersey could get a round light snow on Friday morning before the precipitation changes to all rain, according to the National Weather Service./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com South Jersey could get a round light snow on Friday morning before the precipitation changes to all rain, according to the National Weather Service./Weatherbell Analytics, www.weatherbell.com

South Jersey could get a round light snow on Friday morning before the precipitation changes to all rain, according to the National Weather Service.

South Jersey gets a fair Friday

After an overnight low of 26 degrees, an area of moisture could drop as snow early Friday morning before changing over to all rain, according to a forecast provided by the National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center.

The chance of precipitation is 50 percent with little or no snow accumulation expected, the Weather Service said.

Saturday Soaker for South Jersey

Friday’s high temperature will reach 45 degrees before the temperature, the Weather Service said. Then a vigorous low pressure system over the Great Lakes will pull up a band of Gulf of Mexico moisture that could drop up to an inch of rain on Saturday.

 

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